Behind the Blood

Loretta van der Horst Long documentary - 2019 - 86 min.
Twelve plus
Drug and alcohol abuse
Violence
Foul language

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Poignant documentary about the lives of three men, set in one of the most dangerous cities in the world: San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Drug-related and gang violence are ubiquitous.

Priest and furniture maker Daniel Pacheco lives in one of the most dangerous cities in the world: San Pedro Sula, Honduras. He tries to save lives, but that is no simple matter in a country with staggeringly high murder rates. Not only the drug cartels, but also the police and army make countless victims. This documentary also follows a TV journalist, who reports on the gang violence, and a hitman who claims he dreams of a more pious life. Nobody seems to be capable of ending the horrible violence.

Credits

Director(s) Loretta van der Horst
Script Loretta van der Horst
Producer(s) Wout Conijn
Production Company
Co-producer(s)
Trevor Birney
Brendan Byrne
Co-production Company
Fine Point Films
Research
Loretta van der Horst
Director of Photography
Editing
Sound Design
Sound Editor
Sound on Set
Loretta van der Horst
Music
TV Company
EOdocs
Production Country
Netherlands